Massachusetts Planning For Possible Take Home Version Of MCASThe state is considering a take-home version of the MCAS exam.  
MCAS Tests Still Planned For Spring, Massachusetts Education Commissioner SaysMassachusetts students can expect to take the MCAS tests next spring, state education commissioner Jeff Riley said Tuesday.
Bill Would Pause MCAS Exam For 4 YearsThe bill would also create a commission to study alternatives to the high-stakes standardized test.
Some High School Seniors Who Haven't Passed MCAS Get Reprieve For GraduationThose seniors can now graduate by showing that they successfully completed a course with the same subject matter.
Gov. Baker Signs Bill Waiving MCAS Requirements During Coronavirus OutbreakGov. Charlie Baker signed a bill Friday that waives MCAS testing for students for the rest of the year.
MCAS Scores Show Slight Improvements In 2019The results of last spring’s MCAS exams were released Tuesday and the state said there are some improvements over last year.
Massachusetts To Explore Consequences Of Invalidated MCAS QuestionStanford University researchers are expected to analyze this year's MCAS test results for any "unintended consequences" of a question on race and slavery.
Massachusetts Pulls Controversial MCAS Question On Race, SlaveryStudents complained they were left in the uncomfortable position of either using racist language or sacrificing historical accuracy.
Massachusetts Releases MCAS Results - How Did Your Town Score?The Massachusetts MCAS scores are out, with some mixed results.
Students Shine A Light On Quality Mental Health Initiatives In High SchoolsThe Shine Initiative, a non-profit in Central Massachusetts, is helping students "shine a light" on good mental health at school.
Half Of Students Meet Expectations On New MCAS TestJust half of students in grades three through eight met or exceeded expectations on the new "next generation MCAS test" in math and English.